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Siem Reap Tour Packages

For a healthy dosage of exotic eastern mythology avail Siem Reap tour packages. Located at the entrance of Angkor Wat, the famous temple that attracts tourists to Cambodia like bees to a honeycomb. It is thus, safe to say that Siem Reap is a key tourist destination with a large number of resorts and hotels and guesthouses for the comfort of the thousands of tourists that account for nearly 50% of the city’s employment sources. Tour packages to Siem reap always include a detailed visit to the ruins with eerie and cryptic sculptures carved all around them. The feeling of mystery gives every visitor a sense of long-lost magic inside the temple whose history is still debated over. Even broken and in ruins, as it is today, it bespoke of an awe-inspiring glory. Tourists wonder at the magnificence it must have had when the building was in its prime. Angkor Wat is the most important attraction of Siem Reap and must not be missed at any cost.

However, Siem Reap is not just a stop to stay at a resort before reaching Angkor. It has a lot more to offer. From rice paddies, fishing villages and other activities typical or oriental countryside of this region, there are also bustling market streets with jewelry and handicraft stores. Local wares sold as souvenirs, local dance shows, and attractive activities keep the energy of these streets at their peak. It is along these streets that tourist can also taste some of the local cuisines and treat their stomachs with a hearty meal. With the best Siem Reap tour packages, the color, smell and sound of these areas all challenge and thrill one’s senses. There is so much to see, so much to do and so much to feel that tourists can spend hours walking down a simple market street!

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    5 Day Tour of Cambodia
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    Siem Reap
    d5 Days n4 Nights

    About the ActivityEmbark on a fun and insightful tour of Cambodia on this 5 day 4 night trip.The tour starts on arrival at Siem Reap and ends at departure from Phnom Penh.The tour covers the best of Cambodia including the revered Angkor Wat temple, sightseeing of Angkor Thom, Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.The tour includes accommodation, transport, meals and a lot of sightseeing.

    Good 3.0
    32 ratings

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    33300


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    Cambodia Sightseeing Tour from Bangkok
    d10 Days n9 Nights

    About the Activity:Cambodia unveils  lot of historically important sights as well as its beaches, streets, nightlife, villages and much more with this 10 day guided tour starting from Bangkok.Visit Siem Reap to enjoy the amazing beauty of the ruins of Angkor Wat temple, Phnom Penh to witness the ancient architectural styles, Sihanoukville to revel in the beauty of turquoise water and Ho Chi Minh city to be a part of its vibrant crowd.Enjoy the relishing boating along the waters of Mekong Delta. Get to know more about the vivacious lifestyle of all the cities with this trip.The package includes food, accommodation and transportation during the whole trip.

    Good 3.0
    30 ratings

    Starting from

    63210


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    Day Tour of Angkor Temples
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    Siem Reap
    d1 Day

    About the Activity:  Embark on this one-day private classic tour of Angkor Wat and other important temples and ruins surrounding Siem Reap by tuk tuk (motorised trolley). Your day begins at the famous Angkor Wat – best preserved of all the Angkor temples. Visit the Southern Gate of Angkor Thom City, the Bayon, center piece of the ancient city. Marvel at the Bayon’s spectacular 54 towers decorated with over 200 enigmatic stone faces. Next you’ll have the chance to visit the 350 metre long 'Terrace of the Elephants'. After lunch and  rest break we set out for Preah Khan temple. Preah Khan is a huge complex with many carvings and passages and this is a temple well worth seeing. At the end of the day move on to the jungle-enveloped Ta Prohm – one of the most atmospheric of all temples in Angkor.

    Good 3.0
    39 ratings

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    7417


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    Tour of Tonle Sap Lake, Silk Farm and Angkor National Museum
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    Siem Reap
    h9 Hours

    About the Activity:Embark on this fun trip in Angkor as you explore the local lifestyle and culture.Visit sites around the Tonle Sap Lake, silk farms, and the Angkor National Museum for a slice of the great Angkor civilization.A boat trip into a fishing village, Gecko center, crocodile and fish farms await to enthrall travellers.Enjoy delightful carvings on wood and stone on the visit to Les Artisans D'Angkor.Learn and practice Silkworm weaving, and soar high for great knowledge about Khmer religious practices.This trip is designed to answer all inquiries about everything in Angkor.

    Very Good 4.0
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    8982


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    Day Tour of Phnom Kulen and Banteay Srei near Siem Reap
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    Siem Reap
    h9 Hours

    About the Activity:Explore the beautiful Phnom Kulen and Benteay Srei in Siem Reap, Cambodia.A pleasant morning drive takes you to Phnom Kulen, the holy mountain where the 500-year age of the Angkor began.Several sites are scattered across the mountain top, the most famous one being the impressive riverbed carvings.Head to Benteay Srei, a Shiva temple made of pristine pink sandstone, which is also known as the 'citadel of women' and is dedicated to the beauty of women.Often considered by archaeologists as the most precious jewel of Khmer art, the delicate carvings at Benteay Srei are extremely popular. This is a 9 hour activity.

    Good 3.0
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    Street Food Tour of Siem Reap in Cambodia
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    Siem Reap
    d1 Day

    About the Activity:Visit a local fruit market and navigate the alleyways of a bustling market.Explore the stalls and bright lights at Siem Reap’s largest local picnic spot.Hear insights from our local guide on Cambodian favorites, including fried cricket, red ant, and spider.Savour the flavours of Siem Reap snacks, dinner, and Khmer dessert and also interact with the locals.

    Very Good 4.0
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    2654


  • l
    Siem Reap
    h4 Hours

    About the Activity:Explore Angkor Wat, one of the world's largest sacred structure, whose beauty is bound to astound.Built in the 12th century, this temple represents the pinnacle of Khmer civilization. Revel in the larger-than-life temples of Angkor, and derive insights into the temple complex.Visit the Southern Gate of Angkor Thom City, the Bayon and the centerpiece of the ancient city. Marvel at the Bayon's spectacular 54 towers decorated with over 200 enigmatic stone faces. Visit the 350 metre long 'Terrace of the Elephants' which was used as a giant viewing platform for public ceremonies and served as a base for the king's grand audience hall. Also the mysterious 'Terrace of the Leper King'.Travel back and forth in a Tuk Tuk too!This is a day tour and ends at 12pm.

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    Veun Sai
    d2 Days n1 Night

    About the Activity:Delight in this amazing trekking expedition to Banlung that enables you to enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region.Trek through beautiful tiny hamlets, tea estates, rice paddies, lush-green thickets – rivet in this amazing trek that provides you with ample natural beauty.This is a great opportunity for naturalist and wildlife lovers as this trek provides you with frequent spotting of rare and beautiful wildlife species.Enjoy the company of various known birds, crying gibbons, monkeys and trees as you trek through the surrounding thickets.Note: This trekking activity has an additional option of extending a day of expedition in Banlung. 

    Very Good 4.0
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    19052


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    Banlung
    d3 Days n2 Nights

    About the Activity:Embark on this amazing jungle trek amidst the serene scenery of Cambodia.Start your tour from Banlung at 8.30 AM in the morning.Travel via motorbike or jeep to the Northern Banlung area and start sailing on the Sesan river via ferry to reach the tribal village, where your hike will start.On the second day embark on the trek from the tribal village, which will last for around 6 hours.Arrive at your campsite and set your beds near the waterfall where you can also indulge in swimming.Start your third and last day with a lip-smacking breakfast, followed by a short trek amidst jungle on the plateau trail up to the mountain. End your jungle trek aftermath, with lots of memories.

    Very Good 4.0
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    15310


  • l
    Siem Reap
    d1 Day

    About the Activity:Enjoy the majestic grandeur of the temples of Angkor.Explorations begin at the Temple of Angkor, which was built in the early 12th century as his state temple and capital city.You will be finished with your touring for the morning and returned to your hotel at approximately 12 pm. Eat lunch at the hotel and set out again for sightseeing.Experience the life of Chong Kneas village folk on the Tonle Sap Lake.This is the perfect opportunity to be in awe of the magnificence of Angkor. 

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    Siem Reap
    h8 Hours

    About the Activity:Take this brilliant tour of Cambodia's most recognized site, the Angkor Wat and tour other royal monuments.First, go visit the south gate of Angkor Thom with its two rows of huge statues of demons and gods depicting the churning of the ocean of milk arranged on both sides of stone bridges.Enjoy a Khmer-style lunch in front of the majestic site.Visit the Bayon Temple which is uniquely decorated with over 2,000 smiling faces, visit an amazing view of Ta prohm temple which has been deliberately left as it was discovered and explore the haunting Ta Prohm Temple.Lastly, visit Angkor wat, the most balanced, the most harmonious, and the most perfect Khmer temple and climb up Bakheng hill to watch a bird’s-eye view of the sunset and see Angkor Wat and western Baray.This is a 8 hour tour.

    Very Good 4.0
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    4831


  • d10 Days n9 Nights

    About the Activity:It has been always a surprise if you get chances to visit two important historical cities of Asia Vietnam and Cambodia together on a tour and that too if it is for honeymoon couples, it would be beyond ecstasy.Here, the package is for 10 days covering the main landmarks of both the countries, the ingredients played an important role in the transition of both these countries.Also, you would be indulging in activities like cruise, swimming and snorkelling and hiking along with a wide range of sightseeing options.Select this tour if you would like to get a bonanza that is inclusive of food, accommodation and transportation across the cities.

    Very Good 4.0
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Attractions

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Cambodia Landmine museum

This is one of the must visit places in Cambodia for environment lovers all over the world.



Highlights
– This is probably one of the very few places in the world, where you will know about landmines, their dangers and risks, how it impacts kids, how it kills people and ways to disarm these landmines. There is a farm right behind the museum, where kids who are saved from landmines are put in relief camps and cared for. The museum is a repository of excellent tools, guns, weapons and other equipment that were used for mining in those days.

Location
– Situated at about 25km distance from Siem Reap, this museum is located in close proximity to Banteay Srei.

Timings
– 7.30AM to 5.30PM every day. Professional guided tours are available in English and Japanese on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9AM to 5PM.

Price
– Foreign adults – USD5. Cambodian citizens and kids below 10 years of age – free of cost.
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Lotus Farm

If you love lotus flowers and if you have been craving to see thousands of flowers at one single place, the Lotus Farm at Battambang, Cambodia, is the place you have to be.

Highlights – Apart from witnessing the flowers, you can get first-hand experience of how lotus plants are cultivated, how they are converted into various purposes. Do not miss to see the lotus fabric production when you come here. This is a process where selected lotus stems are cleaned thoroughly and then cut open to bring out the fibres. These fibres are then spun nicely into a thread by the weaving experts found here. Thee threads are very fine and resemble silk and the added advantage of these lotus threads is that no worms or other living beings are disturbed in this process.



Location
– Kamping Poy, Battambang.

Timings – Open all through the day.

Price – Entrance is free of cost here.


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Bakong Temple

As Bakong Temple is the first mountain temple sandstone in Cambodia, it has a special space in the culture and tradition of the country deeply. Located near modern Siem Reap, the temple was constructed by the rulers of Khmer Empire. It has the shape of a stepped pyramid which intricately exposes the Khmer architectural styles. It was also the official state temple of King Indravarman I in the final decades of the 09th century AD. Ed inside is Lord Shiva. The primary deity placThere are three concentric enclosures and they are separated by different moats. Elephant statues as guardians at the corners of three lower levels of the pyramid and statues of lions remain as the guardian at the stairs.

Location: Hariharalaya, Roluos, Cambodia

Price: Free
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Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre

Do you love the harmless and colourful, winged-creatures called butterflies? How about spotting hundreds of butterflies at one location? Exciting, isn’t it? You have to come to Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre to witness this.

 

Highlights –
One of the newer tourist spots in Cambodia’s Siem Reap Province, Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre, shortly known as BBC, consists of thousands of butterflies in one single place. It is the biggest butterfly exhibit centre in South East Asia and is definitely worth a visit for nature lovers. When you visit BBC, you can get introduced to butterfly farming, life cycle of butterflies, butterfly conservation and other ecological details. The amount collected by tourists goes towards the welfare of the local people. There are expert guides to take you through the farm.

Location –
Siem Reap.  

Timings - 
9AM to 5PM on all days of the week.

Price –
USD4 per adult and USD2 per kid.
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Me Chrey

Situated in close proximity to the famous Angkor temples, Me Chrey is a beautiful floating village which offers guests various opportunities to feel entertained. Living with locals and bird watching are few of them.

 

Highlights –
When you visit the floating village of Me Chrey on Tonle Sap Lake, you should mandatorily get to know about the lifestyle of the locals living here. Planting rice plants and fishing are the main occupations of the locals. Come here during the early hours to witness live action of fishing. You can take boats or tuk-tuks from Siem Reap to reach Me Chrey. Location – Bank of Tonle Sap Lake, about 9km from Siem Reap.

Timings –
Can be visited all through the year; however visiting this place during sunrise is considered ideal.

Price –
While the boat ride costs just about USD20 per person, eco-tourism packages cost around USD70 per person.
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Preah Khan

Located towards the northeast of Angkor Archaeological Park, Preah Khan (meaning, Royal Sword), is a temple which was constructed by King Jayavarman VII. It is also quite closely situated to Ta Prohm temple, which makes this a good tourist spot.



Highlights
– Lots of plants and trees grow around the Preah Khan temple, which makes it look lovelier than ever before. Lord Buddha, in the name of Avalokiteshwara, is the main deity of this temple. The temple complex is quite huge and there are two gates leading into the temple. Prior to becoming a temple, this complex was used as the residence of the royal clan who ruled over this place, which gives a majestic look to this place.

Location
– Towards the western side of the Jataka Baray and north east of Angkor Thom, this temple is situated in close proximity to the Ta Prohm Temple.

Timings
– 5AM to 6PM every day.

Price
– Temple entry pass of USD20 (one day), USD20 (3 days) and USD60 (7 days).
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Angkor Thom

There are many places in Siem Reap that capture the attention of history and archaeological lovers. Angkor Thom is one of them.

Highlights – Set up during the 12th century by King Jayavarman II, Angkor Thom was the last and most reputed capital of the Khmer Kingdom. Built in pure Bayon style, this site was constructed using a large amount of laterite and massive naga-carrying figures on its 5 towers, each 23m tall. The gates opening to this site has massive representations of “Churning of the Ocean” episode from Hindu mythology. The gate on the south is often used by tourists who come from Angkor Wat to Angkor Thom. Traditionally, the Khmers addressed this as Prasat Angkor Thom. By 1609, many parts of Angkor Thom started getting damaged and what is left today are just the colossal remnants.



Location
– Siem Reap.

Timings- 5AM to 6PM.

Price – Part of Angkor Archaeological Park; therefore prices are USD20 (one day pass), USD40 (2-day pass) and USD70 (7-day pass).


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Angkor National Museum

If there is one place where you can witness Khmer majesty in full form, it is the Angkor National Museum.

 

Highlights –
This museum is the best place to witness Angkor and Khmer civilisation representations under one roof. The museum contains various displays denoting the various religions and royalty witnessed by Khmer dynasty. Also some of the collections like inscriptions, carvings and details about great Khmer rulers, denote to the glory of this place during the pre-Angkorian era. One look around the place is enough to take you through the impressive history and evolution of Angkor over the years.

Location –
Siem Reap.

Timings –
8.30AM to 6PM from April to September and 8.30AM to 6.30PM from October to March.

Price –
USD12 per person for adults and USD6 per person for kids below 1.2m of height. Guided audio tours are available for USD3 per person. 

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What You Should Know More About Tours in Siem Reap

  • Which are the most adventurous trekking tours in Siem Reap?

    Given the physical terrain and random ruins cropping up in abandoned regions, treks are the most adventurous things to do in this region. There are several trekking and hiking trails that exist here for this purpose. There are also small local restaurants and camping points to make the trekking routes more attractive. Some take a more historic route while others give you a taste of wilderness. However, each trek is adventurous in its own right! The best options are as follows:

    • Kulen mountain
    • Bakheng Mountain
    • Ratnakiri Trek of Siem Reap
    • Neak Pean
    • Bike and Gibbon trek
    • East Mebon
    • Kompong Phluk
    • Elephant Terrace
    • Kompong Khleang
    • Beng Mealea
    • Ta Prohm
    • Northeast Jungle trek

  • What are the top attractions for a sightseeing tour in Siem Reap?

    As has already been mentioned, the famous old temple of Angkor Wat is one of the key attractions here. However, there are many more places to go here as well. There are smaller museums, galleries, shops, floating villages, rice paddies, fishing villages, wildlife parks, apsara folk dances, handicraft stores and so on. A sightseeing tour would not take you straight from your resort to the ruinous temple but across several attractions, the best of which are:

    • Ruins of the Angkor Wat temples
    • Bayon temple
    • Preah Khan
    • Ta Prohm
    • Banteay Kdei
    • Angkor National Museum
    • Banteay Srey Butterfly Center
    • Les Chantiers Ecoles
    • Landmine Museum
    • Angkor Archaeological Park
    • Beng Melea
    • Pub Street

  • Which are the different biking trips to do in Siem Reap?

    Like hiking and trekking, this area also has provisions for biking! You can explore the entire area on two cycles in a few hour! Biking trips can be taken from this small town to several interesting locations close by. Biking trips are also made to explore the Cambodian countryside and enjoy the landscape of the area. Key options are:

    • Angkor Sunrise Discovery bike tour
    • Siem Reap countryside bike ride
    • Angkor Temples bike ride from Siem Reap
    • Private Siem Reap countryside cycling tour
    • Half day cycling tours around Siem Reap
    • Half day quad bike tour in Siem Reap
    • Full day temple tour
    • Bike tour to cycle Cambodian countryside

  • Which are the best camping tours in Siem Reap?

    While one can trek, bike or hike and return to the comfort of their resorts, the more adventurous can stay out camping in the wilderness. There are several sweet spots perfect to pitch a tent and build a bonfire and roast marshmallows close to Siem Reap. Some of the best camping tours of Siem Reap are:

    • Sightseeing tours through Beng Mealea – Koh Ker
    • Phnom Kulen area camping
    • Stay in Banteay Srei – Kbal Spean
    • Water Spring Park camping site
    • Koulen mountain camping

  • Where can I go on wildlife safari tours in Siem Reap?

    In addition to historic stories and heritage value, Siem Reap also has a wealthy endowment of exotic eastern wildlife! It has a Bird sanctuary and its own fair share of jungles and parks for tourists to enjoy this wildlife. Exotic species of mammals, amphibians, and reptiles are seen here. Names you would have read only on google can be seen in real life in the jungles of Cambodia. The best places to go for wildlife tours here are:

    • Prek Toal bird sanctuary
    • Two village tour of Kompong Phluk
    • Chav Bird sanctuary tour
    • Prek Toal Biosphere
    • The Angkor Center for conservation of biodiversity
    • Phnom Kulen National Park
    • Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Elephant Sanctuary
    • Keo Seima
    • Tonle Sap

  • Which are some famous spiritual tours in Siem Reap?

    With Buddhism still in the air of this region, that was once the site of several Buddhist stupas and temples, there are still several monks in the surrounding areas. One can even go on a spiritual journey here. Several tourists are known to contemplate questions of life and death and religion after visiting Angkor Vat, such is the power of the temple. There are several spiritual centers akin to Indian ashrams in this region that help you rediscover yourself. The best amongst these are:

    • Wayist Spiritual Energy Wellness retreat
    • Angkor Spirit Tour
    • Angkor Spirit Palace
    • Ayana Journeys

  • Where can I visit the floating village in Siem Reap?

    One of the most famous attractions of Siem Reap or Cambodia other than the Angkor Wat are the floating villages here. Floating villages are definitely an interesting visit if nothing else. They have residents with abodes that float. Public buildings like schools, entertainment centers, fishing grounds are all floating as well! There are villages where all these houses are made on large stilts as well. They too are often referred to as floating villages. These villages are located on the Tonle Sap Lake and there are a few that are accessible from Siem Reap and are thus a recipient of heavy inflow of tourists. These are:

    • Kampong Khleang
    • Chong Kneas
    • Kampong Phluk
    • Mechrey

  • Which are the best cycling tour routes in Siem Reap?

    There are several small pathways to take you cycling around Siem Reap. These routes also connect to neighboring towns and cities and thus offer several interesting routes for avid cyclers. The best amongst these are:

    • Angkor Sunrise Discovery bike tour
    • Siem Reap countryside bike ride
    • Angkor Temples bike ride from Siem Reap
    • Private Siem Reap countryside cycling tour
    • Half day cycling tours around Siem Reap
    • Half day quad bike tour in Siem Reap
    • Full day temple tour
    • Bike tour to cycle Cambodian countryside

  • Which are some famous walking tours in Siem Reap?

    For tourists looking for more romantic or relaxed ways of spending their vacation compared to cycling and trekking activities, there are several interesting walking tours here as well! These tours take you past more of the worthwhile monuments giving you a chance to enjoy the full glory of the town. The most famous places to traverse in a walking tour are:

    • Angkor Vat
    • Bayon Temple
    • Angkor Thom
    • Cambodian Cultural Village
    • Phnom Bakheng
    • Preah Khan

  • Where are the best sites for snorkeling and scuba diving in Siem Reap?

    Snorkelling and scuba diving are a few other adventure spots that one can engage in apart from exploring Angkor. For those who love water and are looking for adrenaline rush these are the best options. Exploring the underwater marine life while snorkeling or scuba diving in an interesting and thrilling adventure. The sites greeting these divers generally include coral reefs and schools of different varieties of fish in the clear aquamarine water. Diving sites are far from the mainland and the closest would be a drive of one and half hours depending on traffic. Some of these sites need to be reached by train or flight. The best sites for these activities are:

    • Sihanoukville
    • Koh Mano
    • Koh Rong
    • Koh Ses
    • Koh Ta Kiev
    • Koh Russei
    • Koh Pos
    • Koh Tas
    • Koh Rong Samloem
    • Koh Thmei

  • Which are the different cruising experiences in Siem Reap?

    The Port of Siem Reap is where tourists can embark upon sort as well as long cruises. Many travelers are called to this port as they were in olden times. Siem Reap is a popular cruise stop and is thus, a part of the route of several long cruises. Approaching the towering Buddhist temples from the clear blue ocean is an experience in itself. Some popular cruise routes to embark upon from Siem Reap are:

    • Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City via the Mekong Delta River
    • Sunset Cruise
    • Cruise to Silk Island
    • Floating village tour on Sunset cruise
    • Tonle Sap Cruise
    • Siem Reap to Phnom Penh Cruise
    • Tonle Sap river and Mekong river tour
    • Full day cruise to Udong
    • Bassac River Cruise

  • Which are the famous sailing sites in Siem Reap?

    There are several sailing sites near Siem Reap as well. Once can take small boats, ferries or yachts and explore the floating villages from these sites. Sailing trips exploring the Tonle Sap Lake are the best deals. You can enter and go around a floating village or a stilted village and then afterward go to a water sports center and engage in water activities like snorkeling and diving. Avalon Cruises are excellent in quality and of reasonable price. Not only do they offer long cruises starting from Siem Reap they also offer short sailing trips. A sailing trip from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh is also an enriching experience. Like Avalon Cruises there are several other agencies in the area that arrange these activities for tourists.

  • Which are the best pilgrimage tours in Siem Reap?

    Siem Reap has whole and functional temples other than the Angkor Vat as well. It is home to rich religious experiences that can be experienced via several different pilgrimage tours of the area. There are Hindu temples, Buddhist sanctuaries, and various other religious sects. Angkor Wat temples are the best pilgrimage tour in Siem Reap. One can hire a motorized rickshaw, ride a bike or just walk and go around all the temples one by one letting their magnificence hold one’s mind in awe. Starting from Angkor Thom one can go see Bayon and move on to Preah Khan and so on. One can move beyond Siem Reap to visit all the other temples in Cambodia as well. It’s only a matter of how long and tiring does one want their pilgrimage to be. Provisions for such tours and trips can be easily made independently or by hiring an agency.

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